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From our SOLIDARITY BLOC community space:

June 20, 2020 Mass Poor People’s Assembly & Moral March on Washington
https://community.debtcollective.org/t/june-20-2020-mass-poor-people-s-assembly-moral-march-on-washington/4115

SunDDay School with Dream Defenders
https://community.debtcollective.org/t/sunday-school-with-dream-defenders/4184

For student debtors that filed a DTR:

Lastly, we are asking for members to help us test the platform. If you have already signed up as a volunteer, we will be contacting you. If you did not and you are interested, we need you. Go to this post and let me know you want to help.

That is all for now :star_struck:

Stay tuned for upcoming community calls, jubilee school …and more on ways you can immediately get involved in the fight to cancel ALL $1.7 Trillion in student debt.

Hoping you and all your loved ones are well!

Kindly,
dawn

p.s. we are launching online debt clinics in July. More information will be shared soon. So be sure to sign in and check weekly for updates.

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Hi Dawn -

First of all, thank you so much for all the hard work you put into this. I really appreciate it.

Question. What would happen if my application for discharge is denied? My son “graduated” (no graduation ceremony the semester he finished) in 2013. I believe I filed with the debt collective in 2014. I’ve got a parent plus loan of over $125,000.00 hanging over my head. It’s been preventing me from getting a personal loan or even me going back to college to improve my own life. Will I have any way to fight back or once the decision is made it’s done?
I’m in fear if I’m forced to make payments I realistically can’t afford.

Thanks for your help!

Nancy Rutowski

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Thanks, Dawn! Great work…

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